WBC #1 Mbilli pounds Nicholson

Unbeaten WBC #1, WBA #3, IBF #4, WBO #6 super middleweight Christian Mbilli (25-0, 21 KOs) overpowered Demond Nicholson (26-6-1, 22 KOs) on Friday night at the Casino Lac-Leamy in Gatineau, Quebec, Canada. Mobile dropped Nicholson in both rounds one and two. Mbilli finally floored Nicholson for the count in round four. Time was 1:56. Mbilli successfully defended his WBC Continental and WBA International titles.

NABF champion and WBC #15 super lightweight Steve “The Dragon” Claggett (36-7-2, 25 KOs) dealt a one-sided ten round beatdown to Carlos Sanchez (24-2, 19 KOs). In a brawl, Claggett dropped Sanchez with a body shot in round four. Claggett floored Sanchez again with a head shot in round six. Another body shot knockdown in round seven. Scores were 98-89, 99-88, 99-88.

In a clash between unbeaten middleweights, local hero Alexandre Gaumont (9-0, 6 KOs) outscored Ulices Tovar Rivera (8-1, 5 KOs) over eight. Judges had it 79-73 3x.

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  • I like his take no prisoner style but he needs to step up now, he was a really good amateur with a fifth place at the Rio olympics and is pro since 6 and a half years now.. Step up please ! With Yoka they were going too fast but with M’Bili they are too cautious in my opinion.. He can beat better opposition because he has the skills, the power and the chin.. Yoka hasn’t the power nor the chin..

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